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The People Are the Story–and Corporate Media Are Missing It
By Janine Jackson
White House (photo: Carolyn Kaster/AP)
Photo illustrating the Christian Science Monitor story on public disillusion with elections.
Celebration of Memorial Day in the US, originally Decoration Day, commenced shortly after the conclusion of the Civil War. This is a national holiday to remember the people who died while serving in the armed forces. The day traditionally includes decorating graves of the fallen with flowers.
This question is about the possibility of peaceful and significant change after not voting.What I've read so far from this site (and the links upon links) leads me to one inevitable conclusion which I suppose I already knew deep down inside. They will never let us “legally” (as defined by those who create the laws) take away any of their power to wield for ourselves.
Statement to regulations.gov re: decommissioning; comment 1k0-8okr-x2eq)
For the last several years, people around the world have asked, "Where did ISIS come from?" Explanations vary, but largely focus on geopolitical (U.S. hegemony), religious (Sunni-Shia), ideological (Wahhabism) or ecological (climate refugees) origins.
A friend, Gary Ghirardi in Caracas, recently sent me an article written in 2013 by Max Forte, that attempts to explain, in part, why the US invaded Grenada.
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We all know that the United States is so broke that it had to increase the national debt ceiling. The US may be a capitalist country, but it isn't very good with money. Its banks have gone bankrupt and needed to be bailed out, poverty in the US is increasing rather than decreasing, and the Pentagon regularly manages to lose trillions of dollars that it cannot account for.
The Surgeon General of the United States, the World Health Organization, and the consensus of scientific and medical opinion have come to the strange conclusion, based on Nazi ideology and Monsanto-funded studies, that the absence of carcinogens is more carcinogenic than their presence.
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